Researchers are working with teachers, students, and book clubs to make the rich experiences of literature available to all.
The decline of Tasmanian devils is having an unusual knock-on effect: animal carcasses would once have been gobbled up in short order by devils are now taking many days longer to disappear.
In 1905 engineers from the University of Tasmania engineering helped design Tasmania’s first hydroelectric power schemes.
What does it mean for you if your ancestors had a tough start to life?
Seduction, worship and redemption, and nine different rasas (an Indian concept of aesthetic flavour).
You’ve heard of tiny houses, but the University of Tasmania's micro-dwellings take the idea to the next level.
A better start and end to life: University of Tasmania researchers are working to improve human health across the age spectrum.
University of Tasmania researchers are helping farmers across Australia
Antarctica is at a crossroads. This frozen continent at the bottom of our planet has the potential to either become one of the most fiercely contested zones in the world, or the most collaborative.
At the University of Tasmania's Centre for Law and Genetics, experts in their respective fields work together to untangle the ethical, social and legal implications of genetic discoveries and technologies.
Floods, fires and other extreme weather events are part of Australian life.
Around Australia every day, thousands of people interact with marine life in many ways.
People with chronic respiratory diseases in Tasmania and the ACT can manage their condition better by using air quality alerts issued via a free App, AirRater, developed at the University of Tasmania.
What does it mean to be an 'islander', on a small piece of land at the bottom of the world?
What if your business is too small to have an HR department?
Modern statistical tools combine with citizen science to identify bird species from environmental audio recordings.
More than 22,000 Australians suffer a traumatic brain injury (TBI) every year. New guidelines developed for researchers will help reduce the risk of some of the most common challenges arising from rehabilitation, including stress and depression.